My pc gaming history goes back to the late 90's started with some old DOS base games when I got back from boarding school during school holiday and discover that my dad had acquired a brand new (at that time) a x486 pc which got some games ported from earliest consoles though I can't even remember their names anymore. Then few years after that my younger brother somehow manage to get some games like Wolfenstein 3D, X-COM Terror From The Deep and Dune II. Since I'm from Generation X, I guess it's obvious that my interest were (and still are) primarily with the grand strategy type of games.
My next pc was a Pentium 4 running a Windows XP and now have an entry level graphic and sound card and pc games in general were much more advance and much more prettier in graphics. That pc was my longer serving one which I had use it for nearly a decade (with few times graphic cards updates and a couple of times hard disk replacements.
My current pc is an i3-2100, 2x2GB Corsair Gaming RAM, Sapphire R7 260x 2GB graphic card, a 1TB Samsung HDD for the OS and files and a dedicated 500GB Western Digital HDD for game files, currently running on Windows 10 Insider Preview (build 10130) though this machine was originally installed with Windows 7 Home (x64). I'm planning to get an SSD in the near future for the OS and some most played games.
The above photos are from some of my games on Steam though I have few other games from GOG too. I probably have not played a game which uses CD/DVD for quite sometimes already. Besides playing, I am also modding a few games (only Total War series) and will post some articles related to game modding too sometimes in the future.